COVID 19 IMPORTANT NOTICE
To all friends and lovers of the sea, boats and safe sailing in the beautiful Croatian Adriatic.
The summer season is approaching and the virus is leaving (COVID-19).
Safeguards are loosened and the whole country begins to function, life returns to normal.
We know with confidence that borders are opening soon.
Our boats are ready for you with a high standard of disinfection and cleanliness to feel safe when you sail to the magical destinations of the Croatian Islands and secluded beaches.
We are here for you !!!
In our MAX Yacht Biograd fleet there are 2 ships, Mirakul 30 HT, Max 1 and Max 2
MAX 1 2019 year
MAX 2 2020 year
Indulging in pleasures
A spell for all the senses
The beauty of the archipelago
Kornati Marina, Biograd na moru
About the port
Marina Kornati, MAX Yacht Biograd
Marina Kornati in Biograd na moru is one of the first and certainly the most important nautical entities on our coast. Back in 1974, Ilirija dd built the first nautical port in Croatia , today’s hotel port, from which systematic development of nautical tourism began throughout the Adriatic, and rightfully named the pioneer of nautical tourism, while the town of Biograd became the cradle of nautical tourism. . Over the course of time, the hotel port became too small for the current needs of boaters, and having realized the huge potential and importance of nautical tourism on the development of Biograd na moru and its overall impact, Ilirija dd built a new Marina Kornati in 1985 with an additional 450 berths.
Today, the Kornati Marina is the true center of nautical tourism in northern Dalmatia . The capacity of the marina is over 750 berths, with an adequate service center and catering facilities. Each year, the marina hosts over 40 sailing regattas and events, a nautical fair in October, and about 300 charter boats in various charter agencies.
After almost thirty years, the management of Marina and Ilirija dd has decided to make a significant reconstruction of the maritime part and adapt it to new and modern conditions in the nautical tourism business. Stable concrete piers have been demolished and replaced with the highest quality floating pontoon concrete piers. Wharf widths and spacings are carefully chosen to accommodate new and larger vessels. Complete infrastructure, access docks, electricity and drinking water, and fire fighting equipment were modified. Old concrete service cabinets have been replaced with new, modern looking cabinets.
About Biograd na moru
Biograd na Moru, a town and port in northern Dalmatia, is located 28 km south of Zadar, according to the 2011 census report. It has 5,569 inhabitants. It is located on a small peninsula and the mainland. On its northern side is the bay of Bosana and on the south is Soline. In front of the town are the islands Planac and Sv. Catherine (with lighthouse). The average air temperature in January is 7 ° C and in July 24.5 ° C, with an average annual rainfall of 840 mm. In Soline Bay there is a large public sandy beach surrounded by pine trees. Biograd is a local shopping and transportation center, with good connections to its hinterland, surrounding coastal settlements and small towns and the island of Pasman.
The economy is based on agriculture, fishing and tourism. Biograd is a ferry port for the island of Pasman. It is located on the main highway Zadar – Split (M2, E65). Biograd is the center of the Riviera, encompassing Sv. Petar na Moru, Turanj, Sv. Filip i Jakov, Biograd, Pakostane and Drage, as well as several settlements on the island of Pasman: Tkon, Kraj, Pašman, Barotul, Mrljane, Nevidane, Dobropoljana, Banj and Zdrelac, and Vrgada on the island of the same name.
Due to its location on the most indented part of the Croatian Adriatic coast, this area offers excellent opportunities for nautical tourism and navigation as few parts of the Mediterranean. There are three National Parks in the immediate vicinity: Paklenica, the Kornati Archipelago and Krka, as well as the Telaščica Nature Parks and Lake Vrana.
In addition to its cultural and historical heritage, Biograd is also known for its beautiful beaches, picturesque bays and various accommodation amenities. There are many restaurants in the city offering local and international specialties.
The tourist development of Biograd began between the two world wars. The first guests, Czechs, began arriving in Biograd during the 1920s. The first hotel was built in 1935 on the site of today’s Ilirija Hotel. Numerous cultural and entertainment programs and sports events are on offer during the summer months: outdoor outdoor festivals, at the water polo pool at the Hotel Ilirija, in the cinema; sports tournaments and competitions are held regularly.
The picturesque Pašman Channel with a series of small islands protects Biograd and its Riviera from strong winds from the sea, which is an advantage for swimmers and boaters. Boat trips to the Kornati archipelago are offered, as well as trips to the nearby Telaščica Nature Park. In the immediate vicinity (7km) is Lake Vrana, the largest lake in Croatia, rich in freshwater fish. Fishing trips are also organized.
Biograd has one of the largest and most equipped tennis camps in this part of the Adriatic. It is located in a pine forest, by the beach. Biograd offers excellent sailing and diving opportunities and also offers sailing and diving courses.
Biograd is a port frequently visited by boaters whose destination is the Kornati archipelago. Regattas, sailing schools and other nautical activities are organized throughout the year. Biograd marinas have 1000 berths in the sea and 200 places on land and are open year-round.
Marina Kornati is located in the center of Biograd, so it is very close to markets with auto products, shops, bakeries, restaurants, cafes and bars, pharmacies, shops specializing in nautical, large city parking.
Within the marina there are showers and toilets as well as laundry and dishwasher facilities.
You are always welcomed by faithful sailors who help you moor the boat and everything else you need.
Your MAX Yacht Biograd